With Autoduplicity
Synchromy teams up with Autoduplicity for an evening of musical games and games that make music. A concert of world premieres that includes everything from pattycake to trivia, and bouncing balls to video games.


Saturday, October 12th, 2019


Boston Court Pasadena
70 N Mentor Ave
Pasadena, CA 91106


General admission: $30.00
Senior: $25.00
Student: $20.00


Sean Griffin: Pattycake

Carolyn Chen: Good Work, for 2 people*

Isaac Schankler: The Two-Body Problem*

Tim Parkinson: Time With People, Op. 1

Cassia Streb: Game Time

John White: Drinking and Hooting Machine

* world premiere


Autoduplicity is Jennifer Bewerse and Rachel Beetz, a cellist and flutist dedicated to performing contemporary and avant-garde music. Rachel and Jennifer created Autoduplicity to explore performance beyond sound-making for highly trained instrumentalists, to explore musical ideas and the bodies that inhabit them, and to find what this exploration might illuminate when done as a duo. Their concerts are carefully constructed as musical, ideological, political, or theoretical explorations probing themes of blurred identities and realities, the physicality of sound, the movements of our bodies, and the rhythms of our speech.

Game Night, a collaboration between Autoduplicity and Synchromy, will create a flippant frame for a playful musical experience. The audience will find themselves both observing and interacting with Game Night, connecting us all to the child within.